The Political internationals is a organizations or organizations in which groups of similar political ideologies are united supranationally.
International Democrat Union
- English : International Democrat Union
- Political position: Conservatism, Social conservatism, Liberal conservatism (center-right to right-wing)
- Formation: ?? ? 1983
- Site: idu.org
- Explanation: The IDU calls itself Political internationals, which reject totalitarianism and pursue liberalism. Of course, the liberalism that the IDU refers to means classical liberalism. It is generally regarded as a conservative organisation. The IDU includes the Conservative Party of UK, the CDU of Germany, Liberal Party of Australia and the GOP of the United States.
Centrist Democrat International
logo in Centrist Democrat International
- English : Centrist Democrat International
- Political position: Christian democracy, Liberal conservatism (center to center-right)
- Site: idc-cdi.com
- Explanation: The Centrist Democrat International was founded in 1925 as the Political Internationals for Christian Democracy. There are major member parties in Europe and Latin America. There are most conservative centre-right parties, but occasionally liberal and centre-left parties. Germany's Christian Democratic Union of Germany(CDU) is a representative member.
- English : Liberal International
- Political position: Liberalism, Classical liberalism, Social liberalism, Conservative liberalism (center)
- Formation: ?? April 1947
- Site: liberal-international.org
- Explanation: LI is a liberal political internationals. The term "liberal" here does not mean "liberal" in the United States. The Liberal Democrats of the United Kingdom, the Free Democratic Party of Germany, and the Liberals (Sweden) of Sweden are representative parties of LI. Even the 1998 Liberal Party of Japan, a neo-conservative party outside the general liberal category, was a observer of the LI.
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logo in Socialist International
- English : Socialist International
- Political position: Democratic socialism, Social democracy (center-left to left-wing)
- Formation: 3 June 1951
- Site: www.socialistinternational.org
- Explanation: SI is a group of political internationals that advocates social democracy and democratic socialism. Originally, the organization had a number of centre-left social democratic parties in Europe, including Germany's Social Democratic Party, but since the 2000s, many centre-left social democratic parties have withdrawn from the PI after SI accepted anti-democratic socialist parties in the Third World as new members.
- English : Progressive International
- Political position: Democratic socialism, Post-capitalism, Progressivism (left-wing)
- Formation: 30 November 2018
- Site: progressive.internationa
- Explanation: The PI is a political international group of socialist political parties or figures. Basically, if PA or SI aims for socialism within capitalism, PI tends to be critical of capitalism. Bernie Sanders is in solidarity with the organization.
- English : Communist International
- Political position: Communism
- Existence: The Communist International, founded by Lenin and dissolved by Stalin, usually refers to the Third International, which was in existence from 1919–1943. The First International, known as the International Workingmen's Association, was a mixture of socialist, communist, anarchist and trade unionist groups; it formed in 1864. The First International split in two in 1876 over disputes between anarchists and statists (i.e., everyone else). The Second International formed in 1889 and was dissolved in 1916 because of failure to agree about World War I. The Fourth International was founded in 1938 as a response to Trotsky's expulsion from the Soviet Union; it is explicitly Trotskyist. There have been several calls for a Fifth International (including by Hugo Chávez), starting in 1938, yes the same year that the Fourth International was formed.
- If nothing else, the various communist internationals can be characterized as being highly schismatic.